Sandra Scully, spouse of Dodgers Hall of Popularity announcer Vin Scully, dies at 76
LOS ANGELES (KABC)– Sandra Scully, the spouse of Dodgers’ Hall of Fame commentator Vin Scully, has passed away at the age of 76, the team revealed.
Sandra Scully passed away Sunday evening at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after fighting ALS over the last several years, according to the Dodgers.
” We are distressed to find out of the death of Sandi Scully, the loving spouse of Vin and a dear member of the Dodger household,” said Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten. “Sandi was Vin’s greatest fan and was always there in loving support of him at Dodger Stadium until she started her battle with ALS. She was really Vin’s and the Scully household’s rock, and she will be a lot missed out on.”
Sandra Scully frequently accompanied her partner when he broadcast games at Dodger Stadium. Scully’s 67-year run with the Dodgers ended with his retirement in 2016. She remained in the cubicle for his final home video game on Sept. 27. He waved to the cheering crowd as his partner stood and smiled next to him. Scully turned 93 in November.
Sandra Scully had 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Sandra Scully was born Dec. 27, 1944 in Cascade, Virginia. She has actually been married to Vin since November of 1973.
The Dodgers state donations can be made to the Department of Neuromuscular Disease at UCLA/ALS Research Study in Sandra Scully’s name.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.